The website "Amillennialism: Living the Millennium Today" (https://amillennialism.wordpress.com/) recently added my book, Biblical Eschatology, to its Systematic Eschatology section as a recommended resource.
The announcement on the website says:
We have just added two new recommendations for our readers who wish to further their study of eschatology.
We have added Biblical Eschatology by Jonathan Menn to our Systematic Eschatology section.
Biblical Eschatology provides what is not found in any other single
volume on eschatology: it analyzes all the major eschatological passages
(including the Olivet Discourse and the book of Revelation), issues
(including the second coming of Christ, the millennium, the rapture, and
Antichrist), and positions (including all the major views of the
millennium) in a clear, but not superficial, way. The book concludes
with a chapter showing how eschatology is relevant for our lives.
Biblical Eschatology makes understanding eschatology easier by
including chapters on how to interpret prophecy and apocalyptic
literature, by showing the history of eschatological thought, and by
placing eschatology in the context of the Bible’s overall story line and
structure. Clarity and understanding are enhanced by the use of
comparative tables and appendices. Subject and Scripture indexes are
included. The book interacts with the best of Evangelical and Reformed
scholarship, and the extensive bibliography (which includes the Web
addresses of many resources that are online) provides an excellent
source for the reader’s further study. This is a perfect resource for
intelligent Christians, including pastors, students, and teachers, who
desire to understand eschatology and to see how it fits together with
the rest of the Bible.
The complete page is found at: https://amillennialism.wordpress.com/tag/jonathan-menn/